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treasury can extend that sometime to july or august. david: a quick question in terms of defense, we will be talking about how defense cutbacks are hurting individual jobs in individual sectors and does this affect defense spending directly? >> this moves the debt ceiling fight the back. now march 1, automatic spending cuts and defense and other programs begin to hit and government spending on march 27. next up, defense spending will be a topic of conversation in d.c. and congress. david: rich edson, thank you from d.c. liz: the chief strategist in the pits of the cme. right now i would love to sit here and talk about the trading action for today. the last day of january, it all @ooks very nice. it looks pretty good for january. here comes the january jobs report, is that what people are looking at? >> absolutely. the whole week has been pointed for tomorrow. lots of consumer confidence, lousy gdp, lots of bad numbers. everybody is pointing for this number tomorrow. if it doesn't beat significantly, think we're in for a little bit of solid pressure. looking for 195, expecting 215. if
yourself from an arms intruder. the president's nominee for defense secretary takes incoming fire on capitol hill over his stance on iran and israel. even as iran and threatens israel for its attack on it syria. former u.s. a message of the united nations jumbles and joins us next. ♪ the boys use capital one venture miles for their annual football trip. that's double miles you can actually use. tragically, their ddy got sacked by blackouts. but it's our tradition! that's roughing the card holder. but with the capital one venture card you get double miles you can actually use. [ cheering ] any flight, anytime. the scoreboard doesn't lie. what's in your wallet? hut! i have me on my fantasy team. ♪ ♪ lori: president obama's date to be the next defense secretary faces critics on the hill today. too soft on a run and not tight enough with israel. fox news chief congressional correspondent tells us whether decade ago won any of his opponents over. >> after two months of public criticism over his nomination become secretary of defense former republican senator chuck a gold star ear
domestic product. government spending can weigh in, especially in the defense sector. is this something to get concerned about? are we on track for a recession which would be two consecutive negative quarters of growth? >> well, you ask yourself, how could the market shrugged off a report that was superficially this week? the reality was that we knew look underneath the hood, so to speak, and look to some of the details, the consumer spending was decent. the housing was booming. most importantly, businesses started doing capitol spending again. they pulled back in the third quarter, with the camera back in the fourth quarter even though there were all these concerns about this bill cliff. and what it tells you is, there is a lot of resilience in the private sector. ." lori: you are taking a positive spin on this to looking at the bright side, but we are still facing sequestration, these deep cuts in defense spending. we know that the 22% decline in defense spending in the fourth quarter led to this negative print, the big driver of the negative. so if we get even more defense cuts will
in for neil cavuto. the administration is saying that it was hurricane sandy and defense spending cuts and uncertainty about marcotte. one more quarter and we are in a double dip recession with us tonight is xander -- sandra smith. >> that's right, they are trying to use this report. uncertainty when it comes to tax dollars in borrowing more money. charles: the mass media, i saw a report in new york. six reasons this wasn't a bad record. did you see that? >> the media was trying to spin this in every way that they could. they were trying to make it look like a god for them. what we need to do is say that as a lack of economic growth policy. where is the job growth policies? right now we have consumer confidence levels that we just got this week. they are plummeting because people are seeing their paychecks shrink as a result of the expirations of payroll tax cuts. people have less money to spend, they are less optimistic about the future. the white house doesn't get it. they still think it is about the storm that happened weeks ago. charles: i have to tell you, gretchen, you mentioned
the southeast to the east coast. president obama defense secretary nominee, former senator chuck hagel facing pretty tough questioning today before the arms forces senate. urging some senators not to write him off base in his earlier comments about iran and israel. the hostage standoff in a rural alabama town is ongoing this hour. negotiations are in contact with the suspect. he is a retired truck driver holding a five-year-old boy in an underground bunker. the man grabbed the boy off a school bus tuesday after shooting and killing the bus driver. those are your headlines. now back to lori. lori: thank you for that, greg. moving slightly lower. that said oil is up more than 6% over the last month. what is driving the trade to a? sandra smith from the pits of the cme. sandra: that is just it, the oil market tracking the stock market not just today moving lower, but it has been moving higher with this stock market for the duration of 2013. i don't just look at the date, they look at the week, the month, the year. this is despite the fact we have had weaker consumer confidence data, weak gdp, we
. just remind us that government spending is not just spending. it's defense jobs. it is jobs firefighters, police, other things. it is real stuff in the real world. when you cut it there are real consequences. melissa: we have to squeeze in a break. i love you very much. i'm not letting u go home to your families. let you stay right where they are. we have more to talk with out power panel on the other side. could we follow in the footsteps of zimbabwe? it just announced they had $217 left in the bank. that is what is in their government coffers. literally. i'm not even kidding. you want to hear this. m.o. "money" straight ahead ♪ . email marketing from constant contact reaches people in a place they're checking every day -- their inbox. and it gives you the tools to create custom emails that drive business. it's just one of the ways constant contact can help you grow your small business. sign up for your free trial today melissa: you think our economy is bad? listen to this. the african nation of zimbabwe announced after paying the latest round of government salaries they
fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. gerri: welcome back. the president's secretary of state nominee has a lot to worry about. north korea is threatening the united states. iran is heating up its nuclear program. john kerry is also concerned about the weather getting warmer. >> american foreign policy is also defined by food security, energy security, humanitarian assistance. it is define by leadership on life threatening issues like climate change. liz: washington watchdog say this could cost taxpayers a bundle. we have weber and lindsey here. phil, start with you, make your case. >> well, if you look at what his predecessor, hillary clinton, did in copenhagen, with a million a year in global warming, never made process, moving that domestically to get the funding for that. there's been a lot of secret treasury documents talking about a carbon tax. the president is coy about a carbon tax, but at some point, there's going to be a push for that in order to fund international transfers, and th
at 10:00 a.m. eastern. we ask the general what defense means for our security. charles payne always says to watch a stock after the chief steps down. so take a look at chesapeake energy. the top guy will retire as chief executive on april 1, aubrey mcclendon invested personally in the company drilling operations and is under investigation for mixing personal and company business. he is leaving taking a golden parachute of $50 million that goes with him. so let's see how the stock performs today. this is do-or-die day for research in motion. we will ask if it is good enough to save rim. and what happened between jon stuart and rob custis on "the daily show" last night? twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks,
. it brings concern when there is no good gdp numbers. there has been less on defense and concerns, let's take a look now, much like we have seen recently where the dow goes over that one change line over and over again. today seems to be no different as we are back in positive territory. we haven't taken out our highs we saw yesterday, five year highs for the s&p 500, dow jones the thrills, russell 2000. we have had a lot of names and a lot of these indexes hitting these highs we have not seen since 2007. that being said, still concerned about the economy and jobs. the market has been running up, lots of traders say it is time to take a little bit of a breather, or we overbought at these levels? plenty of people i know that has taken money off the table the last couple of days. here's a look at the dow right now up 7%. the banking index, looking pretty good. back to you. melissa: nicole, thank you so much. lori: investors pausing, likely taken aback by the week o weaken expected numbers by gdp. a deep decline in defense spending led to the first contraction in four years. the senior equity st
as early as tuesday. the president's nominee to replace the outgoing defense secretary, leon panetta, this week maintaining a low profile. secretary panetta competing for media and public attention when he made a surprise announcement as he lifted the ban on female troops in combat. retired army general and done what the, the first female four-star general and the army joins us your life. we begin tonight with a unanimous court ruling seen as a major setback for the president and his agenda and his efforts to stack the national labor relations board with union-friendly officials. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry with our report. >> as he wrote that the white house chief of staff dennis mcdonald, president obama was hoping for a smooth start his second term. instead he was brushed back by a federal appeals court ruling unanimously violating the constitution last year. >> it was just ice huge, massive overstep of executive power, and an unconstitutional power grab. >> the controversy stems from a dramatic election-year showdown in which the president by passed the sena
: i want to read a quote from a former assistant secretary of defense in the reagan administration. he said entitlement reform is a choice between entitlements, paying for social security, medicare, and medicaid, or new weapons systems. in other words, he's saying the national security is at risk. that's what mike mullen said, former admiral joint chiefs of staff. what do you think of the comment there? >> well, i'd want to see the comment, but we can't let it become that kind of choice. we have to have a defense that can do the job of prereceiverring and protecting our freedoms and standing up for american safety, for instance, wherever they may be around the world. at the same time, we need to have entitlement programs. i'm for investing in young people. i am for protecting older people. my mother thought that she had paid for everything she drew out of medicare, bless her heart, but paid into medicare 20,000 and drew out 100,000. there needs to be reforms. we have to control spending across the board. look at the pentagon. i'm not opposed to that. you need a sensible defense program
is a deep, rich company when it comes leadership. cheryl: or turkoman is your defense with raytheon and boeing. you are not staying away from the fire. >> this is my attitude. if you want to be a little more conservative and not buy stocks that have run but get some exposure, the defense space is cheap. most has reasonable cash flow but the fundamentals ira lot of head wind. that is why stocks are where they are and boeing has other issues. liz: one sector to avoid? >> i would be nervous about utilities that lags last year and bond like and if you think interest rates creep higher as i do, utilities lagging again. liz: it is great to see you and you are looking well. mr bob dole who i have known for a long time. had been new year to you. chief equity strategist, senior portfolio manager. see you next time. closing bell ringing in 49 minutes. dominion resources no longer, and i never thought they were a play, when they were in coal, nuclear, hydro, can't even imagine what they are doing, massive power providing, policeing -- da vinci executive thomas farrell telling us what is really
back to north america because china is coming back. i disagree that the unions are on the defensive when it comes to government. they own government. >> one place it is growing is public sector. >> ebe mac touched on the reason why. government doesn't compete. they raise taxes. private sector where business is up to compete on the price of the product. unions make companies less competitive. >> what does it say about unions. they used to represent . people were proud to put the union label on the product. is that still true, steve? >> no, all you have to do is lookk at detroit and the legacy and companies that went in to right to work states and they paid competitive wages and did well in a normal economy and the unions outlived their usefulness. >> rick, do unions have a pr problem and have to say go back to basics and say we make better products. >> they do have pr problems but a healthy chunk of that is the effort to discredit them and it took root. >> hold on, emac. it is not hard to discredit richard trunka who? in my eyes was like a thug. look what he did in the united mines.
headlines. who got bleeped, you or me? thank you to congress taking the can down the road, massive defense cuts were put off until march 1. with just one month ago, there is little sign of progress. general charles joining us now. welcome, sir. $500 million in defense department spending cuts. they are likely inevitable. your thoughts on the impact. >> first of all, there has already been $487 billion of cuts levied on the deal. the 500 billion that is pending would be devastating. one of the things that i like to remind people of is we are already in sequestration. the department has already started cutting their spending on many other programs. lori: the first tape showed a contraction. as you know, there are a lot of deficit hawks out there that are happy to see cuts as painful as they may be. >> the problem is, the way it is being done now is very inefficient. it is like senator warner from virginia said. you cannot portion two thirds of a ship. lori: how is all of this impacting the day today operations? >> i think for our overseas operations, we will still have funding for that. the
of that was defense spending and the questions about the fiscal cliff and all these other things that combine to inventory. listen, but the inventory number in the gdp report, there was a shrinkage there that was unexpected. that means that eventually everybody has to increase their inventories; right? so that's good going forward. that means economic activity going forward. liz: silver lining here. listen, i don't have to search hard for it. i don't think it was that bad. it stuns people to see the minus sign and the.1. when you do see the government spending down, defense down 22%. consumer looked better, the best since we have seen i guess since q1 of 2012. thanks peter very much. let's get to the floor show and get the real reaction from the traders themselves. new york stock exchange, cme group and the nymex. let's go to john brady at the cme. what reaction did you immediately see? give us the inside scoop, that prism through which you are looking where you said wait a minute this particular reaction is interesting to me. >> liz, earlier in the day, about an hour before the fed came out
from a former assistant secretary of defense in the reagan administration. he said entitlement reform is a choice between entitlements paying for social security, medicare, and medicaid, or new weapons systems. in other words, he's saying the national security is at risk. that's what mike mullen said former admiral joint chiefs of staff. what do you think of the comment there? >> well, i'd want to see the comment, but we can't let it become that kind of choice. we have to have a defense that can do the job of prereceiverring and protecting our freedoms and standing up for american safety, for instance, wherever they may be around the world. at the same time we need to have entitlement programs. i'm for investing in young people. i am for protecting older people. my mother thought that she had paid for everything she drew out of medicare bless her heart but paid into medicare 20000 and drew out 100,000. there needs to be reforms. we have to control spending across the board. look at the pentagon. i'm not oppo
israel and iran. if confirmed, he would be the first veteran to serve as defense secretary. negotiators in contact with the suspect who is a retired truck driver holding a 5-year-old blake inside and underground bunker. the man grabbed a boy off of a school bus on tuesday after shooting and killing the bus driver. those are your headlines. dagen: thank you, greg. connell: violent storms ripping through the southwest. reports of tornadoes in six different states. dagen: crazy would be a word to describe it. >> extreme. we are dealing with temperature drops in some cases from tuesday to saturday at 60 degrees. the incredible work for the gulf of mexico is what is fueling new storms. this is what we typically see at the end of april. two tornadoes were enough to in kentucky. speaking of that wind, the storm is moving across the south east. we have seen hurricane wind gusts. you can bet that we will have delays across the airports in the northeast. there are your wind gusts right now. forty-four in nantucket. philadelphia 52. we will still be left with those wins throughout the day. 30 degr
create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. the dow jones industrials tonight above 14,000 for the first time since october of 2007. it just 155 points from its all-time high. the s&p regaining the 1500 level, the labor department today reporting 157,000 jobs were created last month, almost 170,000 people, however, dropped out of the workforce, despite all of that. the national unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a percentage. it now stands at 7.9. eight and a half million people have dropped out of the work force since president obama took office. the developments overseas tonight. a suicide bomber attack. the u.s. embassy in turkey. killing one, injuring three others. the white house calling it an act of terrorism, the eighth attack on a u.s. embassy since hillary clinton was named secretary of state. coming on this, her less than the job. president obama to they retreated on the obamacare contraception mandate. the department of health and human services announcing that religiously affiliated organizations can opt out of
this as a defense, and union, the teachers union is using this as a defense because they want the teachers to not -- the poorer teachers not to be unemployed they are trying to get everyone lou the door, it does not work, you know. we're -- it is not a question of equality, we're not equal, we're not all equal and we're not going to be all equal. you cannot force equality. >> nobody is making an argument is get rid of the s.a.t. test, the teachers are saying, the k -12, the pigeonhole teaches to test does not help students, a vanderbilt student kates they are -- they don't benefit each other, attaching student -- i am sorry student grades with teacher pay is an ineffective way. charles: caroline, hold on, i do want to ask though, is it. >> how do you do it. >> grades. charles: they are giving as to students. >> that who is doing that. >> it has happened, i have seen it happen. >> do have you data. charles: wayne made the point, how do you hold teachers accountable who don't do their jobs, and why do you protect these bad teachers. >> they have been account able. >> they have never been lev
, but there's exceptions. joining me is the criminal defense attorney and fox news legal analyst. okay. we have two cases here. i'm going to summarize them quickly. one is a social services provider, and there's a worker there who gets in trouble and complains about workers online. this results in her getting fired, and a bunch of people fired. all the details here, but there's an example of a reporter, a newspaper reporter, who complains about his job on facebook, and gets in trouble that way. they side with the workers in both cases. one of the employers private, the other public. who do you side with in these cases and why? >> well, okay, the first case here, we have a caseworker, a social service provider, and exactly that, goes on the web, and gets colleagues to talk to the employer, and they get explicit and it's ugly. nasty words about the working conditions. here's the key. it was about working conditions. it was not about people. it was about people in the sense, that, yeah, the working conditions, but, you know, and bosses, good or bad, but primarily working conditions. the nlrb
and didn't durable-goods come yesterday with a good number, did we have a nice jump fueled by defense spending? >> defense spending we believe was a budget plus at the end of the year, if you don't spend it you lose it and those numbers jump around a lot. we had a big falloff in corporate tax in the second half of last year. has gone a little better in the fourth quarter but we're not sure corporate america is back investing again. is that more bullish? >> one problem with financial advisers, you never get in as much trouble with upside as you did, that i am mad at you and your advice can be more timid. when you say we are set for a sell-off, you are not telling me in my 401(k) i should sell stocks but stay in the stock market for the long-term? >> our approach is always to be diversified and the plan in your long-term planning that you could see a slight pullback, normally advising clients looking at areas where we provide all the more upside and staying away from areas we feel will prevent some downside when you look at events, defensive stocks, those areas we feel and even in a mod
. fox news jennifer griffin is at the pentagon with the details. >> hi, alyssa. defense secretary panetta was we are not planning for sequestration. those deep across-the-board budget cuts appear inevitable. the looming deadline is march 1. ashton carter warned hundreds of thousands of pentagon civilian employees. the employees would lose one day of work per week through september. they are planning to eliminate altogether 46,000 temporary civilian workers as a result of these looming budget cuts. the pentagon has started to plan for sequestration and even republicans are acting as if it is inevitable. >> i think the sequester will happen. we cannot lose the spending cuts. that was to pay for the last debt ceiling increase. >> one of the nations largest federal contractors, general dynamic, announced in recent days a $2 billion loss which it is blaming on defense cuts and falling government demand. >> the measures will have to be taken. layoffs and the defense industry. most importantly to me, devastating growth to our national security at the sequestration takes place. it is up t
the fundamental defense for the embassies, consulates and diplomatic personnel is the host government. that is their responsibility. here it looks like our perimeter security work. we lost a security guard but that is inevitable that whenever the outer limit is. that is the most dangerous point. what we should be thinking about is the risk not just to official americans but the private citizens, we have many people on business, tourism, religious reasons, dual citizens and if the terrorists are taking a lesson from benghazi and attacking american facilities there is a real risk it could spread. has been four months since the attack in benghazi and we have done nothing in response. connell: we will have new leadership in the foreign policy apparatus, the president states his name. i would like to get a quick comment from you about shut hegel, not confirmed yet and maybe won't be a slam dunk but looks like democrats have thee votes to concern -- confirm the defense secretary, quite a hearing yesterday and john kerry as secretary of state? >> assuming judge cahill is confirmed i think th
about that. in our next hour, i will tell you why i will miss the barnes & noble stores. my defense of reading a physical book, that will be my take, 10:25 this morning. here is a question for you, if a driverless car gets into an accident, who is to blame? you can bet one thing, all-star trial lawyer mark lanier is no stranger to the suit. we have this run it again. >> i have your seven early movers and after each one, i will pause and ask mark if he's ever sued the company i'm talking about. have you sued them. >> sued them and represented them. >> sued gm? >> i've sued gm. >> don't tell me you've ever sued apple? conflict of interest. >> actually i've sued them. >> 115 on caterpillar, you sued them. >> 56 million dollar verdict against them year before last. >> go ahead. >> everybody has sued wal-mart for one thing or another. >> so, of the seven early movers, there you have it. mark lanier, we say he is the man you hate to love. he'll join us later this hour and stay with us for the entire ten o'clock eastern. you have been warned. we're talking about driverless cars and lawsuit
and talking about further cuts in the defense budget pursuing larger missions in, of all places, north africa. >> well, i think we need to prevent the spread of terrorism to north africa because as we learned in afghanistan. lou: it is too late. >> no pomade is not. lou: it is there. >> but you cannot prove it. it takes persistence and patience. that is what people wonder. lou: winning in afghanistan. within six months of our forces principally covert entering afghanistan in the wake of september 11th we one. >> right. it is what they do afterwards. >> but there has to be a difference. you have to draw a distinction between a counter-terrorism policy which this administration has in the counterinsurgency policy. that is preventing these people from getting land on which they can mount attacks. lou: your view on this? counterinsurgency, counter-terrorism, you know, frankly, i know i am being simplistic year and routed squarely in the way of simplistic outlook. the fact of the matter is, as an american, i am not interested in counter-terrorism, counterinsurgency. i am only interested in our int
it correctly, if you x out hurricane sandy and business inventories, defense spending cutting, we're up b 2 1/2% in gdp. that says we're growing, but we're growing at a stall speed. we need growth to be much higher. we need growth metrics to be much higher for the stock market to be lifted from where we are today to perhaps the next level, which would be 1570, 1600. we need gdp at least 3 1/2, 4 percent. we don't see that happening any time soon, but to your point, we do need it to happen. liz: one of the things that suffered was video game sales as people didn't have enough money and they were worried about it. electronic arts numbers are out right now. adam: earnings they beat 57 cents. the street was expecting 56 cents. but revenue fell short 1.18 billion. the street was expecting 1.29 billion. in a statement from the ceo despite a challenging quarter, we were able to deliver nongap eps at the high end of our guidance range and then he goes on to say we're investing for the future wave of growth that we foresee in digital and con l consul? liz? liz: let me go back to larry. larry, look, i
. that is why the pledge is important. >> everybody says cut spending. but with specifics is it defense, medicare, a drug war? >> last month 40 percent showed everything in the budget should be on the table to balance the budget. that is the highest ever which is about a 4% increase so in context people get we have a spending problem. john: thank you, jonathan bydlak. we ask the audience and then senator barack obama. [applause] john: we're back with your questions. mark meckler founded the biggest tea party group. daniel garza once the immigrants made the goal and jonathan bydlak for politicians not to increase spending. susan cross says executive orders. what are the limits and who made the most? >> executive orders used by president's supposedly to allow them to execute the law. they're not specified in the constitution and president's had used them but they are a way to create the imperial presidency. they have no limits. john: it was teddy roosevelt who issued 1,000 executive orders. >> who said the words should be spelled phonetically like enough because only congress had the two-
cut spending. but with specifics is it defense, medicare, a drug war? >> last month 40 percent showed everything in the budget should be on the table to balance the budget. that is the highest ever which is about a 4% increase so in context people get we have a spending problem. john: thank you, jonathan bydlak. we ask the audience and then we ask the audience and then senator barack obama. this is $100,000. we ask the audience and then senator barack obama. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. we go! we're gonna make some juice! woman: it's gonna be good! she's excited. little bit of kale. please don't put this online. woman: i'm putting it all over the line! it's wet. it needs something. no, it'll go. woman: don't break my juicer! looks good. you ready to try it? woman: come on, baby! announcer: challenge your kids to be active and eat he
. enforce new hiring procedures, a farm worker program and better tracking of defense. will the president accept this? he is announcing his plan tomorrow, or will he insist on his own list of priorities when it comes to immigration? >> what we will see is right now this is, as you pointed out, critics on the right are saying amnesty. which of course, it is amnesty. we are talking by the way, about a way to not get these folks to be illegal anymore. >> the definition of amnesty is a part and without any penalty. these folks will have to go through a background check. let's think of the crime. they crossed the border without documents. they haven't destroyed property, they haven't hurt people. they have been working. if sony wants to use that word, amnesty, my senses you just don't believe in immigration reform. >> conditional amnesty is the whole word phrase of the game. if the president wants us to go through, what he cannot do, what he must do is raise the stakes too high or more dangerously to any plan getting past, denounce republicans and transit and against us and campaign as he has
with this video and also we are seeing medicare is going to outstrip the cost of the defense budget in about two years. it will be the second most expensive federal budget line item. dennis: and ends of stirring fears that something will happen. thanks a lot, liz macdonald. cheryl: economic news mixed as the jobs report beat estimates for the big miss in gdp today, one of our favorite economist. dennis: speaking of jobs or lack of them, more heads role at cnn as ratings decline. details in the medium and on what is next for the cable network. cheryl: the commercials you are talking about long after the super bowl is over. the chief marketing officer for frito-lay, part of pepsico will be here with a sneak peek. dennis: as we do every day at this time, look at oil. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes
. a firearm in a plan a defense would have come in handy for him . the mainstream liberal media giving democrats a free pass into separate interviews over the weekend. abc this week conducting a six desman a long interview with senator bob menendez of new jersey. it did not ask a single question about an fbi probe into allegations he slept with underage prostitutes in the dominican republic. and on cbs 60 minutes, president obama and outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton were thrown softball questions on benghazi, including one that led to this joke. >> i remember bob gates, the first thing he said to me, i think maybe the first week or two, and he obviously had been through seven presidents or something. he said, mr. president, one thing i can guarantee you is that at this moment somewhere, somehow, somebody in the federal government is covering up. [laughter] lou: cbs has the same news outlets that held damaging taped material of the president contradicting himself on the benghazi attack until two days before the election. and cbs political director john dickerson recall last w
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